It is unclear which specific countries we are talking about.
For a reason that lies on the surface (the fight against inflation at least in the food segment), the G20 countries during the summit in New Delhi called for ensuring the full implementation of the so-called grain deal with the aim of unhindered supplies of fertilizers and food from Russia and Ukraine . The corresponding statement is contained in the final declaration of the G20 summit.
As the statement says, the G20 countries (it must be understood, the entire composition, including its western part) highly appreciate the efforts made by the United Nations and Turkey to implement the promotion of Russian food and fertilizers, as well as Ukrainian grain. The joint statement calls for the full and effective implementation of all necessary actions to resume the supply of grain from Ukraine and food and fertilizers from Russia.
The formal goal is “to meet demand in developing countries, mainly in Africa.” The real goal has not been announced, but based on past experience in implementing the “grain deal,” we mentioned it in the first paragraph of this material.
Strictly speaking, it is not entirely clear how the export of Ukrainian grain in the previous volumes can be realized at this stage: the port infrastructure of Ukraine has either been completely destroyed or critically damaged by Russian unmanned and missile attacks. As for Russian food and fertilizers, the UN, according to Western press information, has allegedly already agreed with key EU countries to unblock their ports for Russian ships, as well as to connect the subsidiary of Rosselkhozbank to SWIFT. As we understand, this is not enough: the agreement that the UN signed with Russia also included the lifting of restrictions on the supply of agricultural machinery and spare parts to the Russian Federation.